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If you are sailing on American waters these are things you need to know! There some important things that you should know if you’re on a boat in U.S. waters. We know some of these things may really surprise you, but you do not have the same Constitutional rights when you are on the waterways … Read more
Working on a macerator pump is one of the most unpleasant jobs on a boat. With Raritan Engineering’s patented 53101 Macerator Pump with Waste Valve Assembly, this project is fast, clean and easy. Plus, because the system is so reliable, it puts an end to maintenance woes. A key element in the Raritan solution is … Read more
“If You Use a Holding Tank – You Need K.O.” – ODOR CONTROL IN HOLDING TANKS It really IS possible to have a completely odor-free system! You’ve probably read or heard, over and over again, that the key to odor control is the “right” hose, that the “wrong” hose permeates with sewage and causes the system to stink. That’s … Read more
Marine Sanitation Hoses Marine Sanitation Hose: Odors from a boat’s sanitation system can originate from many sources: Inlet hose and bowl rim: Organic matters from sea water inlet into the toilet can disintegrate and emit rotten egg smell from the flush water. Holding tank gases can find its way into a boats interior either thru the … Read more